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Getting touchy-feely with the Synaptics Onyx concept phone (Video)

I love touchscreen interfaces. They’re just so nifty (and so versatile). The Synaptics Mobile concept phone — dubbed the Onyx in some circles — is one high-tech device, packing in touch-sensitive capacitors and, of course, that wonderful touchscreen. Add gesture recognition to that package and you’ve surely got a winner, right?

After all, it runs on a Windows CE-based Flash interface! What this means is that your mobile environment is much like your home computer, complete with double-clicking, single-finger scrolling, and even the ability to drag and drop. It’s a prototype, yes, but we’ve come across a couple of videos of the Synaptics Onyx in action. Check them out below.



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A freelance writer and tech geek from Vancouver. Find me at michaelkwan.com and follow me on Twitter @michaelkwan.

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